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not been released. >>> president obama is expected to push for stricter laws on guns. fearful of looming gun control measures thousands today packed a gun show. joins us live to tell us some of the trends at this event. ali. >> organizers say attendance was doubled what it was last year with 4000 people coming through the front entrance and it was items like this, all types of ammunition. >> would you like to sign up for the nra. >> told us they signed up about 200 new members this weekend as people walked into the code of the west gun show. they attribute to the debate on gun control. >> the obama administration and they are pushing for gun laws and then the california state legislature has a massive amount of gun laws. >> tom coal today said an outright ban on assault weapons isn't likely to pass the senate. >> i don't think they are. >> but some gun owners worry about changes at the state level. last week california democrats unveiled gun control bills. gun owners say that idea is driving up prices. >> 500 rounds, right? >> and how much did this cost you? >> $500. >> is that more expe
. >>> president obama plans to meet with leaders to discuss the spending cuts friday. the white house press secretary said it will be a chance to discuss how to keep the cuts from damaging the economy. it will be a chance about how to cut spending without raising taxes. stocks rose today on evidence housing is recovering. the dow is up 175 to 14,075. the nasdaq is up 32 at 3,162. the s&p is up 19 to 1,515. >>> today pg&e announced it is partnering with san francisco on a $1.2 billion program to upgrade the gas and electric infrastructure. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar is live in san francisco with details and also the controversy. tom? >> reporter: yeah. it will cost a lot of this. in fact this program is centered in san francisco, and next year every pg&e customer will pay more if the plan is amoved. >> reporter: the $1.2 billion plan was shaped by pg&e and the mayor's staff to maximize the needs for reliability, safety, growth and emergency response. adding new and relocating some existing power lines. upgrading major substations, replacing street lamps and many miles of natural gas pi
's word obama administration will join the fight to overturn the ban on same-sex marriage. he said gays and lesbians should be treated the same under the law. the justice department may file a friend of the court brief. the deadline for filing such a brief is the end of this month. >>> the reason some tax returns are being delayed and what it means for those trying to file right now. >>> snow on mount diablo yesterday it was there this morning it's gone now. temperatures warmed up as much as 10 degrees today. how much warmer will it get for the rest of the week, i'll have the specifics. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ . >>> even though it's less than 2 months the tax filing deadline t
. >>> if no deal is reached, the mandatory spending cuts will begin march 1 and the obama administration says up to 70,000 children will lose their access to head start. officials say that they also -- that many people -- many day care centers, rather, may have to close earlier this school year and start later in the fall. >>> republicans are urging president obama to approve construction of a controversial oil pipeline that crosses the border with canada. the keystone xl pipeline would pump oil from canada's tar sands in alberta to the gulf of mexico for refinery. the obama administration rejected a permit for the line because an alternate route through nebraska was undecided. since then, a new route has been approved and republicans want the project to move forward. >> a harris poll released just a week ago showed that nearly 70% of americans support the keystone xl pipeline project. >> republicans say the project would boost the u.s. economy and help reduce the federal debt. opponents call the pipeline dangerous and say it would cause environmental damage. >>> the northeast once again bracing
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